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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chlorine:

2 syllables:
for routine,
or been,
or mean,
or seen,
or sign,
though green,
all been,
all mean,
all seen,
broad bean,
call sign,
for each,
for ease,
for heat,
for real,
long been,
more heat,
more real,
moth bean,
or each,
or eat,
or heat,
or read,
or real,
though clean,
though meant,
boss screen,
broad green,
court scene,
for green,
for marine,
fourth scene,
horse bean,
long green,
moss green,
north rhine,
or green,
or means,
or queen,
porque tiene,
score means,
shore marine,
short scene,
small green,
small marine,
sports scene,
storm scene,
strong green,
sword bean,
war i.,
house scene,
lough leane,
all heal,
claw feet,
draw sheet

3 syllables:
amoss sign,
before been,
before seen,
glory in,
story in,
story on,
before each,
soeur jeanne,
along green,
along marine,
among green,
among marine,
because green,
before queen,
explore means,
for each one,
forty one,
gloried in,
glory and,
glory fern,
glory shine,
glory shone,
kauri pine,
maurice heine,
poetry in,
quarry man,
reform means,
reform meant,
stories in,
stories on,
story and,
story can,
story known,
story line,
torrey pine,
bizarre scene,
cacao bean,
a raw deal,
along each,
because each

4 syllables:
maori hen,
korea in,
priori known

5 syllables:
transitory scene,
victoria in

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See chlorine used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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